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What To Expect When You Visit

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We believe it's an important part of who we are as a community to include our children in worship. We encourage parents with young children to sit in the front rows so children will be engaged visually in the service. Some of our children participate in worship as acolytes and ushers during the offering.  We invite all children to participate in the baptisms of new members, and in the sacrament of communion. We also provide worship bags filled with activities (located on the landing before entering the sanctuary) to keep restless ones occupied. If they become too restless, parents are welcome to take them to our library which has a live audio feed (and stay with them). Our library has a wonderful selection of children's books. Childcare for infants and toddlers is available downstairs in Room 10.

We have Communion on the first Sunday of each month. All are welcome to receive communion. We serve grape juice to all (not wine), and a gluten-free option is available. No matter who you are or where you've been on your journey, you are welcome here!

After worship we have coffee, tea and punch together in the Fellowship Hall. We invite you to stay and talk over a cup of coffee/tea or punch and get to know each other a little better.

In a culture that is quick to follow trends, polls, and celebrities, we follow Jesus.
We come as we are, so we can discover all God has created us to be.
Open and Affirming
Making Disciples
We are all gifted and called by God to be ministers to the world.
Equipping Ministers
Training Our Future Leaders
Educating Our Youth
Lenten Cross
Lenten Cross
Drawn from the Water
Lenten Hearts
Liturgical Arts Lent 2019